eMedDox, the Arkansas-based electronic medical transcription and document management software provider, is launching a new website. The website showcases the company's basic and advanced transcription services, plus its in-depth understanding of EMR-integrated services Also featured are an email newsletter sign-up, case studies, white papers, educational resources, and video testimonials.
Little Rock, AR (PRWeb) March 18, 2009 -- The electronic medical transcription services and document management software provider eMedDox (formerly Health Data Services, LLC) is launching a new website this month. eMedDox is now ready to enter the World Wide Web to provide its trusted medical transcription services and electronic management of medical documents.
The new website connects healthcare providers to the enhanced efficiency, verifiable billings, easy access, and flexibility that come with its medical document management system. It also connects providers to secure, HIPAA-compliant, money-saving medical transcription services with a proven track record.
Physicians and hospital administrators interested in EMR news and commentary on the healthcare IT political landscape should visit the eMedDox blog in addition to the new home site.
Again, eMedDox encourages the medical community to visit its new website and take advantage of its medical transcription services and document management software, along with its case studies, white papers, and educational resources.
Since 1998, eMedDox, LLC, (formerly Health Data Services, LLC) of Little Rock, Arkansas, has become a trusted name in providing medical transcription services and document management software. By understanding market trends and technological advances, eMedDox has helped physicians, medical practices, and hospitals increase productivity and lower transcription costs. Potential healthcare providers in need of increased productivity and enhanced patient care from eMedDox can call (877) 350-4778 or (501) 660-6617.
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